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I believe 2016 is a year when the Holy Spirit is going to be delivering many of us from living under a mixture of Law and Grace. I believe we are in the midst of at GRACE REVOLUTION and boy don’t we need it (especially here in the UK) .

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Why I write?

writingI started writing my first blog post on the 17/08/2013 and as a result I’ve now written four KIndle books. This is exciting, because years ago in 1992, Charles Slagle prophesied over me that I would write but it awaited the era of WordPress and Kindle for this to be possible NOW!

“Its just marvellous how he’s going to write, not only songs, but he’s going to write music that, even if it doesn’t sound musical, just the sweetness of heaven will come through. Stories, articles that are written against injustice. Father, he’s a good researcher. When he does his homework he does it very thoroughly. I see him astounding teachers when they tried on him. Good grief! He sounds like [hes at]college when he’s only at high school. So, Father, I thank you there is going to be something that he’s going to be released [into] with his ready writing pen or word-processor, that’s going to burst chains asunder, where people have been illegally treated by legal systems, where oppression has continued in a spirit of hypocrisy. He’s going to be a clear voice that cuts through the crap of this world: the light of Jesus.

Christ the end of Law (Amazon Kindle book)

under lawWhen you’ve finished my first book, maybe you would like to get into some really meaty theology with my second book: The End Of Law . I’m praying this book is a tool in the hands of the Holy Spirit, demolishing arguments and everything that raises up against the knowledge of God, enabling believers everywhere clearly understand the truth that a believer is no longer under law – in any shape or form.

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Freedom from sin- Christ in you (chapter 6)

Freedom from sin!

saintIf you could take a pill to be totally free of all sin, would you do it right now? If you’re born-again then your answer would be most likely a resounding yes! The desperate man at the end of Romans 7, as discussed in the previous chapter, would certainly grab at the chance! I mean, as believers, don’t we all long for that day when we will be in heaven where we will we never ever sin again? A glorious thought!

However, the Gospel (God’s-pill) is not just a promise of freedom from sin in the future, but rather it is freedom from law of sin and death NOW!

As a result, if you turn to Romans chapter 6, it is clear that the crucifixion, death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ are together the means by which God has not only forgiven all your sins but has also dealt with sin in the flesh. Therefore, your freedom is a done deal – it happened 2,000 years ago!

Romans 6:18 “and having been freed from sin, you became slaves of righteousness”

Romans 6:22 “but now having been freed from sin and enslaved to God, you derive your benefit, resulting in sanctification, and the outcome eternal life.”

When Jesus was crucified you were crucified with him

Romans 6:6 “knowing that our old self was crucified with him, that our body of sin might be done away with, that we should no longer be slaves to sin”

When Jesus died you died with him

Romans 6:7 “for he who has died is freed from sin. Now if we have died with Christ….

When he was buried you were buried with him

Romans 6:4 “therefore we have been buried with him through baptism into death”

When he was raised you were raised with him

Romans 6:4 “in order that as Christ was raised from the dead through the glory of the Father so we too might walk in newness of life”

Consequently, the resurrection of Jesus is the key. Life is more powerful than death; light always overcomes darkness. Resurrection and eternal life always defeat and trump death completely.

1 Corinthians 15:54 “Death is swallowed up in victory”.

One of my favourite scriptures and the one of the best bits in the Bible (in my opinion) is Romans 8:1. It’s like a victorious fanfare of trumpets announcing the termination of the wrestling match described in Romans chapter 7.

Romans 8:1 “There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, for law of the spirit of life has set you free from the law of sin and death.”

Wow! What this amazing verse tells us, and what we have been saying already, is that resurrection life, Christ in you and the law of the spirit of life, breaks the hold, the chains, the patterns and the habits of sin in our lives! As Jesus came to life and walked out of that tomb, so God is able to raise you from the dead! Similarly, like Jesus calling forth Lazarus from the tomb – so He calls your name!

No condemnation

As a result, because we have been set free there can be NOW (this moment and at any moment), NO (zero) condemnation or future judgment and penalty for sin. Nothing we do, no sin we can commit (even right now or in the future), is going to suffer a penalty because when Jesus died, we died!

In the next verse, Romans 8:2, the writer gives a bit more detail on how this is possible. He explains how what the law was powerless to do (free us from the law of sin and death), God did at the cross by judging sin in the flesh.  Therefore, not only were individual sins dealt with but also the whole of our sinful flesh was judged – exhausting all possibility of future penalty.

Romans 8:2. “For what the law could not do, in that it was weak through the flesh, God sending his own Son in the likeness of sinful flesh, and for sin, condemned sin in the flesh:

This is the ‘too good to be true’ news that is the Gospel of Grace – and the legalists hate it! Without conditions, caveats and multiple hoops to jump through, lawkeepers just can’t cope. Indeed, the original translators of the King James Version even added extra text (without any authority, I may add): “who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit.” Why? Because they couldn’t believe verse 1 could be that good!

Screen Shot 2015-01-15 at 20.00.48Indeed, how can it be that good? Surely, the first thought that goes through the mind of the believer is: Yippee, lets go out on the town and sin as much as I can get away with!” Of course, that takes no account of the fact that if you are born-again you actually do want to live holy because you have a new nature. The truth is that now you are a willing slave to righteousness and to God (Romans 6:18 and 6:22). It’s a bit like thinking that if you said to your children that they could now do whatever they liked, that they would somehow smash your house up, drink all your beer and drive your car into a wall! No, if they really are your children and truly love you they probably wouldn’t – well, I hope not! This, however, is the risk of grace and of love that God undertakes. The good news is that God now treats us as sons who are led by the Spirit of God (Romans 8:14); the law is for immature kids who need rules.

Accordingly, when Jesus said the following he wasn’t kidding: “And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.” Let us, therefore, learn to stand and enjoy this freedom that Christ has purchased:

Galatians 5:1 “It was for freedom that Christ set us free, therefore keep standing firm and do not be subject to a yoke of slavery”

Questions for discussion

1) How have we been freed from sin?  – Romans 6:7

2) What has set us free from the law of sin and death? – Romans 8:1

3) How much judgment is left for the believer? – Romans 8:1

4) If you died and had sinned only 5 minutes beforehand, would you still be saved? – Romans 8:1

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Why do I sin? Christ in You – (chapter 5)

why do I sinWhy do I sin?

In the previous chapter I made a radical statement: I said that Christ in you cannot sin.  What do I mean by that? Does it mean that a born-again believer never sins again? The Apostle John in his first epistle indeed seems to say exactly that:

The believer cannot sin?

1 John 3:9 “Whosoever is born of God doth not commit sin; for his seed remaineth in him: and he cannot sin, because he is born of God.”

1 John 5:18 “We know that whosoever is born of God sinneth not; but he that is begotten of God keepeth himself, and that wicked one toucheth him not.”

In point of fact he also says that if you commit sin you are of the devil! You can’t get much more black and white than that!

1 John 3:8 “He that committeth sin is of the devil; for the devil sinneth from the beginning. For this purpose the Son of God was manifested, that he might destroy the works of the devil.”

However, we do sin

Sadly, we all know from our own experience that even after we become born-again and are filled with the Holy Spirit, even though we desire to live a holy and completely sinless life is not a reality and is probably not even possible. Indeed, the writer John, a few verses later, seems to contradict himself and confirms this by the following verses:

1 John 1:8 “If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us.”

1 John 2:1 “My little children, these things write I unto you, that ye sin not. And if any man sin, (aorist tense, one off) we have an advocate with the Father, Jesus Christ the righteous:”

So, what is John saying? Does he really mean a believer cannot commit sin?

A believer does not practice sin

Firstly, a better translation of 1 John 3:9, 1 John 5:8 and 1 John 3:8 and the phrase ‘commit sin’ would be ‘practice sin’, as translated in the ASV. This is because the tense of the verb ‘sin’ is not ‘Aorist’ (sinning in a moment of time, even once – see verse above 1 John 2:1). It is in fact,‘present active’ or sinning continually.

Therefore, John is saying that a true believer may sin in a moment of time but doesn’t sin continually – or practice sin. In fact, if they do sin continually, then there are grave doubts that they ever knew Christ in the first place!

1 John 3:6 “No one who sins (present active) has seen him or known him!”

A believer practices righteousness

However, I don’t believe that the above explanation, although technically correct, is the complete answer because John not only talks about practicing sin; he also talks about practicing righteousness. See the following scriptures:

1 John 2:29 “If you know that he is righteous, you know that everyone also who practices righteousness is born of him”

1 John 3:7 “Little children, let no one deceive you, the one who practices righteousness is righteous even as he is righteous”

1 John 3:10 “By this the children of God and the children of the devil are obvious, anyone who does not practice righteousness is not of God”

Now, this is problematic because John uses the same present active tense to describe righteousness! In other words, a believer practices righteousness – he or she doesn’t just do occasional acts of righteousness, like an unbeliever might. No, they constantly and continually do righteousness every day, at all times.

Now, we can easily cope with the idea that we occasionally sin but can we honestly say that we practice righteousness day in, day out? Well, John says if you don’t, then you’re not born again! There must be a more complete answer – and there is!

I believe, in context, the Apostle John is describing who we are in the spirit. In other words our spirit man (Christ in us) indeed practices righteousness and cannot sin.

Why do we still want to sin?

So then, if we have Christ in us and a brand new nature, why do we still want to sin as well as want to do what’s right? Do we posses two natures now: a sinful nature and a Christ-like nature that are locked in some sort of mortal combat or tug of war? Or, are we perhaps schizophrenic with some kind of weird personality disorder? For many of us that’s certainly what it sometimes feels like.

No, I don’t believe that is the case; you don’t have two natures. You have one new nature that is Christ-like. However, the scripture does indeed suggest that there are two opposing forces: the flesh and the Spirit at war inside you!

Galatians 5:17 “For the flesh lusteth against the Spirit, and the Spirit against the flesh: and these are contrary the one to the other: so that ye cannot do the things that ye would.”

The conflict of desire

Paul describes this conflict of desire in Romans 7:

Romans 7:15 “For that which I am doing, I do not understand; for I am not practicing what I would like to do but I am doing the thing I hate. 

Romans 7:16 “But if I do the very thing I do not wish to do I agree with the Law confessing that it is good.”

In effect, what he is saying is that even though he doesn’t want to do bad things, he has no power to actually stop doing bad things – even if he wants to. So, becoming monk, hiding away from the world and from all temptation to sin, will not change the fact – that even in a monastery sin is with you. The war carries on regardless.

Romans 7:23 “I see a different law in the members of my body, waging war against the law of my mind, and making me a prisoner of the law of sin which is in my members”

Regrettably, even though you are born-again, you still carry around the body of death, your mortal and sinful flesh: mind, memories, emotions, will, sexual drive and so on.

Romans 7:24 “Wretched man that I am! Who will deliver me from this body of death?”

As Paul says in an earlier verse in Romans 7:14 that we are sold in bondage to sin:

“For we know that the Law is spiritual but I am of the flesh sold in bondage to sin”

Its not me, its this darn flesh!

However, in verses 17 and 20 of Romans 7 Paul comes to three important realisations:

Firstly, there is no good in his sinful flesh (note he is careful to say in his flesh because he knows that his spirit man is good and desires good.)

Romans 7:18 “For I know that in me (that is, in my flesh,) dwelleth no good thing: for to will is present with me; but how to perform that which is good I find not.”

Secondly, he has no power to do the good that he (his spirit man) wishes.

Thirdly, he realises that if he doesn’t want to do it, then it’s not really him doing it. In other words, it is sin in the flesh. His true identity therefore, is not in the sinful behaviour but in the new man.

Romans 7:17 “Now then it is no more I that do it, but sin that dwelleth in me.

Romans 7:20“But if I am doing the very thing I do not wish, I am no longer the one doing it, but sin which dwells in me”

Example – driving your screaming kids to school!

Imagine you are driving your kids to school and they are behaving very badly in the back seat, fighting, screaming and even trying to distract other drivers. You can’t do much about it because you’re trying to keep your eyes on the road. Do you just ignore the behaviour and pretend it’s not happening? No, of course not – if you don’t deal with it soon, you’re likely to have an accident!

Sin in the flesh could similarly be likened to a big, bad dog straining at the leash. We need someone to help us and fast! Who is going to deliver us from this body of death? Who do we turn to?

Most people, of course, turn to Mr Law. Yes, he’s Mr Perfect, he knows the rules absolutely. But he’s no teacher or coach! All he does is point out that your children are misbehaving and he even finds time to comment on the inadequacies of your driving! Thankfully we are no longer married to Mr Law! The Law, religious rules, church attendance, will power, determination, self-help, education, self-discipline, self-reliance, striving, and even prayer may all help and even manage the sinful flesh for a while but they can never ultimately control it.

A positive note

The writer of Romans chapter 7, though, ends on a positive note: he maybe stuck, in need of help, under the Law, frustrated and unhappy in this struggle against sin but he has now seen the light at the end of the tunnel.  He has grasped two important positives:

Firstly, he now knows there is only one person, Jesus, or Mr Grace who can help him get free from the law of sin and death. The writer has now given up on himself and also on Mr Law!

Romans 7:25 “Thanks be to God through Jesus Christ our Lord!” 

Secondly, he now has a clear revelation of who he is in Christ (see I MYSELF in the verse below). He understands now beyond a doubt that his sinful flesh is not his identity even though it is his responsibility.

Romans 7:25 “So, then, on the one hand I MYSELF with the mind am serving the law of God, but on the other, WITH MY FLESH, the law of sin (my capital letters and bold letters added)

To conclude therefore, how do we answer our original question: “why do we still sin?” We still sin, not because we have a sinful nature but because still we have the sinful flesh! 

Questions for discussion

1) How do we understand the contradiction in John’s First Epistle where he apparently says someone who is born-again cannot sin?

2) How do we explain that John says that a born-again believer continually does righteousness?

3) Why, even though we are born-again. do we still want to sin?

4) What are the conclusions that Paul comes to in Romans 7?

Chapter 6 is coming next week  but  why not sign up to receive email updates? 

Chapter 4

Chapter 3

Chapter 2

Chapter 1

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Fruit for God! – Christ in You (Chapter 4)

Chapter 4 – Fruit for God

fruit for godIf you are born-again then Christ is in you. A Christian is no longer in the flesh with a dead human spirit but your born-again spirit is the Spirit of Christ.

Romans 8:9 “But ye are not in the flesh, but in the Spirit, if it so be that the Spirit of God dwell in you. Now if any man have not the Spirit of Christ, he is none of his.

Christ now dwells in your heart through faith – you have the Spirit of Christ. God now lives in you.

[..]so that Christ may dwell in your hearts through faith.” (Ephesians 3:17)

Really close to God!

How close do you want to be to God? The fact is that as believers we are now so close to Jesus that there is not a hair’s breadth between the Lord and us! No longer do you have to go to Jerusalem to a physical temple to pray. You can talk to the Lord just where you are. There is no distance between your spirit and God’s. Nothing can separate you from the love of God in Christ Jesus.

1 Corinthians 6:17: “But he that is joined unto the Lord is one spirit!”

Our spirit is alive and righteous

Consequently, because it is Christ’s Spirit that lives in us, even though our bodies and souls are still affected and damaged by sin and death, our spirit is alive, righteous and holy just like Jesus!

Romans 8:10 “And if Christ be in you, the body is dead because of sin; but the Spirit is life because of righteousness.”

Ephesians 4:28 “And that ye put on the new man, which after God is created in righteousness and true holiness.”

Hebrews 12:23 “To the general assembly and church of the firstborn, which are written in heaven, and to God the Judge of all, and to the spirits of just men made perfect”

A new nature

In fact, new birth means your nature has been completely changed. Previously it had been natural to sin because you were of Adam’s fallen spirit: the Old Man. Now you have the New Man Christ Jesus inside and you have a new nature, a divine nature just like Jesus’. What is God’s nature? It is love.

2 Peter 1:4 “Wherebye are given unto us exceeding great and precious promises: that by these ye might be partakers of the divine nature, having escaped the corruption that is in the world through lust.”

Laws written on the heart

This new nature wants to do what’s right. Through new birth God has written or programmed His laws (not the ‘Ten Commandments’ but rather the commandments of God), and His desires on our hearts. This is the law of Christ, the royal law, the law of liberty.

This means that new birth also affects our will, mind and emotions – our whole person.

Hebrews 8:10 “For this is the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel after those days, saith the Lord; I will put my laws into their mind, and write them in their hearts; and I will be to them a God and they shall be to me a people;” 

It affects everything

So then, this new creation miracle is not restricted to just the spirit. This new life, eternal life and resurrection power works from the inside out, affecting and transforming both our emotions, mind, heart and also our physical body:

Romans 8:11 “But if the Spirit of him that raised up Jesus from the dead dwell in you, he that raised up Christ from the dead shall also quicken your mortal bodies by his Spirit that dwelleth in you.”

The new nature does not sin

What’s more, this born-again Christ-like and righteous nature cannot sin!

1 John 3:9 “Whosoever is born of God doth not commit sin; for his seed remaineth in him: and he cannot sin, because he is born of God.”

Of course, as a believer this doesn’t mean you don’t sin but that Christ in you cannot sin! There has been an identity change and ‘you’, the real ‘you’, is who you are in Christ:

Romans 7:7 “Now then it is no more I that do it, but sin that dwelleth in me.”

Therefore, you have a new identity, a new name. Saul became Paul. You are no longer called a ‘sinner’ you are called a ‘holy one’ or a ‘saint’.

A new identity

Screen Shot 2015-01-15 at 20.00.48That is your new identity and like Paul you can identify yourself fully with Jesus in His crucifixion, death, burial and resurrection. After all, that’s what baptism is all about!

Galatians 2:20 “I am crucified with Christ: nevertheless I live; yet not I (the old identity) but Christ lives in me; and the life which I now live in the flesh (the physical existence) I live by faith in the Son of God; who loved me, and gave himself for me.

Lastly, the real proof of whether you are a Christian and in the faith at all, is that Christ is in you. If Christ is indeed in you, then outwardly you may not look like Jesus but your spirit is identical. You are like Christ!

2 Corinthians 13:5 “Examine yourselves, whether ye be in the faith; prove your own selves. Know ye not your own selves, how that Jesus Christ is in you, except ye be reprobates?”

Questions for discussion

1) How do we know we are born-again and have the Spirit of Christ? – Romans 8:9

2) What sort of nature do we now have? – 2 Peter 1:4

3) What has God written on our hearts? – Hebrews 8:10

4) How can the physical body be affected by new birth? – Romans 8:11

5) Can the new nature sin?  – 1 John 3:9

6) How do we know we are in the faith? – 2 Corinthians 13:5

Chapter 5 is coming  but  why not sign up to receive email updates? 

Chapter 3

Chapter 2

Chapter 1

Or … In the meantime why not read the whole book on Amazon Kindle?  

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Download my Kindle books on Amazon:

Christ the End of Law
Christ in you the hope of glory
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Born Again – Christ in You (chapter 3)

Chapter 3 – You must be born again!

you must be born againIn the dead of night around two thousand years ago, a healer and radical teacher, Jesus of Nazareth met a Jewish religious leader by the name of Nicodemus. What Jesus privately revealed to Nicodemus was a new and mysterious teaching. This teaching explained the necessity of what Jesus termed ‘new birth’. This meeting is recorded for us in John Chapter 3.

A shocking theology!

Basically, Jesus says to this religious and scholarly man that unless you start again from scratch, like being born as a baby, you can’t even see the kingdom of God because you are spiritually blind. Not only that, but without new birth you can’t enter it either – you remain on the outside. He told Nicodemus that you need not only to be physically born (born of water) but to be spiritually born (born of wind or spirit) as well.

These statements of Jesus must have been totally shocking to a religious man like Nicodemus who had spent his whole life in religious performance and self-righteousness. Yes, he was not a bad man – he went to church (synagogue) and in many ways was a pillar of society and respected by many.

However, Jesus showed in stark clarity that all this knowledge and good works counted for nothing in terms of a relationship with God. What he needed was to be born again. Of course, if this was true of Nicodemus, then it is true of every human being on the planet. You must be born again!

Why are we spiritually dead?

So then, why are we spiritually dead and what exactly does it mean to be spiritually dead? How did we get there, how did this happen? Firstly, we must understand that God did not create the first human beings like this. In fact, Adam was created a living soul. He was created perfect without sin.

Genesis 1:24 “And the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul”

Spirit, soul and body

Man, therefore, was created as a tri-part being (reflecting the image of God as trinity): spirit, soul and body.

1Thessalonians 5:23 “And the very God of peace sanctify you wholly; and I pray God your whole spirit and soul and body be preserved blameless unto the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.”

The body:  is visible and gives us world-consciousness. It is our interface to the physical world. We perceive this world through our five senses.

The soul:  is invisible and gives us self-consciousness. It is made up of mind, will and emotions and includes our memories and personality.

The spirit: is invisible and gives us God-consciousness. It is our interface to the invisible spiritual dimension. We perceive this world through our spiritual senses.

Therefore, what makes us radically different from the animal creation is that, like God, the devil and the angels (who are spirits), we, too, have a spirit.

What is the flesh?

Unfortunately Adam didn’t remain a living soul because sin and death entered the world through his act of disobedience. The moment he disobeyed the commandment spiritual death occurred. Immediately he became self-conscious: he knew he was naked, and he was afraid.

The soul and body now ruled. In the Bible this is called the ‘flesh’. The spirit was now dead (called the ‘old man’) and Adam was now carnal and driven by his five senses, his thoughts and his feelings. Eventually he physically died and every human being born afterwards took on his fallen and sinful nature. This is described in Ephesians 2:1:

“And you hath he quickened, who were dead in trespasses and sins; wherein in time past ye walked according to the course of this world, according to the prince of the power of the air, the spirit that now worketh in the children of disobedience:

Among whom also we all had our conversation in times past in the lusts of our flesh, fulfilling the desires of the flesh and of the mind; and were by nature the children of wrath, even as others.”

How do we get born again?

Screen Shot 2015-01-15 at 20.00.48Now that we understand why we need to be born again, the next important question is how do we get born again?

Firstly, as in the natural, we have nothing to do with the process. We are not the initiators. We can’t be because we are dead. For example, in the natural a baby is conceived by the coming together of two people in love and intimacy. The baby doesn’t decide it is going to be born. In fact, it has no choice in the matter. Similarly, the work of new birth or regeneration is the mysterious work of the Holy Spirit.

Titus 3:5 “Not by works of righteousness which we have done, but according to his mercy he saved us, by the washing of regeneration, and renewing of the Holy Ghost;”

Therefore, we are born again not by our actions but by the action of the Holy Spirit and by the seed or sperm of the Word. This seed of the Word is incorruptible and eternal. It, or rather He, is Jesus.

1 Peter 1:23  “Being born again, not of corruptible seed, but of incorruptible, by the Word of God, which liveth and abideth for ever.”

This is spiritual reproduction. This is how God reproduces Christ in us. This is how we become born-again and a Christian (a little Christ or anointed one).  So, if you are born-again you have a brand new spirit that is alive to God. It’s just like Jesus. Christ is alive in you!

John 3:6 “That which is born of the flesh is flesh; and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit. Marvel not that I said unto thee, Ye must be born again.”

Questions for discussion

1) What does it mean to be ‘spiritually dead’?

2) How would you define ‘spirit, soul and body’?

3) What does the Bible mean by the ‘flesh’?

4) How are we born again?

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